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Listeria monocytogenes prompts avocado dip recall

avocado-dip.jpgListeria monocytogenes was found in the imported avocado pulp used in various Layer Dip products made by Fresh Food Concepts, Inc. of Buena Park, California. Accordingly, the company is recalling its Layer Dip products containing guacamole because the avocado. The products affected by the recall were distributed to supermarkets and club stores throughout the U.S. and Canada. These products include: 

Fresh Food Concepts 5 Layer Dip, 32 oz 29358-11272, Use by 09/16/11 and before

Delicioso 5 Layer Dip, 15 oz 29358-12229, Use by 09/16/11 and before

Delicioso 5 Layer Dip, 30 oz 29358-12230, Use by 09/16/11 and before

Rojo’s Ultimate 7 Layer Dip, 36 oz 35196-44162 Use by 09/16/11 and before

Fresh Food Concepts 5 Layer Dip, 16 oz 35196-44216, Use by 09/16/11 and before

Rojo’s Supreme 6 Layer Dip, 44 oz 47502-44180, Use by 09/16/11 and before

Rojo’s 6 Layer Dip, 44 oz 47502-44185, Use by 09/16/11 and before

Rojo’s 6 Layer Dip, 44 oz 47502-44189, Use by 09/16/11 and before

Fresh Food Concepts 5 Layer Dip, 454 g 35196-44214, Use by 09/16/11 and before

Signature Café 6 Layer Dip, 15 oz 21130-06191, Use by 09/16/11 and before

Signature Café 6 Layer Dip, 30 oz 21130-06192, Use by 09/16/11 and before

Signature Café 6 Layer Dip, 425 g 58200-06034, Use by 09/16/11 and before

Signature Café 6 Layer Dip, 850 g 58200-06032, Use by 09/16/11 and before

The company noted that their products with use by dates of 09/24/11 and AFTER are made with avocado from a different source and are not involved in this recall. Fresh Food Concepts, Inc. has ceased the use of avocado from the supplier.